As Uniswap fees accumulate, other trading platforms join the fray

Uniswap Labs has seen $764,000 in revenue since enabling fees on some Uniswap trades two weeks ago, according to Blockworks Research. But it’s not the only DeFi platform to toy with enabling the fee switch.

In recent weeks, Osmosis, Blur, and Hashflow have also received proposals to introduce trading fees. One industry participant said the growing interest in fees is a sign that DeFi is maturing towards a focus on revenue. However, another speculated that fees may be impractical when trading platforms can be duplicated.

Last month, the DeFi giant Uniswap Labs began charging fees on trades through its interface involving certain asset pairs. The interface fee is in addition to the…

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